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what differences exist in the dialogue of the two speakers? how do those differences characterize the tone of each speaker's voice?

In the Orchard by Muriel Stuart

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The difference that exist in the dialog of the two speakers would deal with persona and voice. The two speakers are of different gender (boy/girl), we can see they're young (teenagers) by their tone, and their opinions differ on love (the girl is disappointed/ the young man is insincere).


In the Orchard